TITLE

SEMPER FIDEL

AUTHOR(S)
Barak, Daphne; Gooding, Richard
PUB. DATE
October 1995
SOURCE
New Republic;10/30/95, Vol. 213 Issue 18, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Highlights the overtures between U.S. President Bill Clinton and Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. Hesitancy of President Clinton to lift the trade embargo against Cuba; Influx of foreign investment in Cuba; Countries which have established diplomatic relations with Cuba; Economic and political conditions in Cuba; Speculation on the future of Cuban-U.S. relations; Rumor on the successor of Castro.
ACCESSION #
9510255274

 

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